Re: how to inject arbitrary javascript code to a component markup?

2009-10-10 Thread PaulH98
McIlwee, Craig wrote: If your component is a MarkupContainer you can override getAssociatedMarkupStream(boolean) and build the markup on the fly. So maybe still have the HTML file that you read in as a template with some place holder string and in the override you replace the place

RE: how to inject arbitrary javascript code to a component markup?

2009-10-10 Thread PaulH98
Fatih Mehmet UCAR wrote: Add a div to your page like below: html head meta http-equiv=Content-Type content=text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1 titleInsert title here/title /head body div wicket:id=csp/div /body /html Thanks Fatih, Indeed, I had div wicket:id=csp/div in

Re: how to inject arbitrary javascript code to a component markup?

2009-10-10 Thread PaulH98
Anton Veretennikov wrote: For example I use this markup: script wicket:id=focusScript/script and associate it with simple class: public class FocusScript extends Label { public FocusScript(String id, String focusFieldMarkupId, boolean selectAll) { super(id,

Re: how to inject arbitrary javascript code to a component markup?

2009-10-10 Thread PaulH98
McIlwee, Craig wrote: Didn't think of that approach, looks good. But to clear up my previous suggestion since I guess I wasn't clear enough and its useful in other situations also, you need to _override_ getAssociatedMarkupStream(boolean), not just call it. public static final String

Re: Client-side treeView

2009-10-07 Thread PaulH98
jWeekend wrote: Paul, Take a look at Alastair's presenttaion called something like A Drag And Drop List Editor [1] and the accompanying source code. I don't think we have a tree publicly available yet in WiQuery [2] but for sure you should get some good ideas there even if you don't

Re: Client-side treeView

2009-10-07 Thread PaulH98
Michael O'Cleirigh wrote: Hi Paul, Most of the wicket + javascript integrations in wicket-stuff (http://wicketstuff.org/confluence/display/STUFFWIKI/Wiki) will show how communication between wicket and javascript can work. They can get a little messy but once implemented are

Re: Client-side treeView

2009-10-06 Thread PaulH98
Michael O'Cleirigh wrote: Hi Paul, What I would do would be to find a javascript implementation that does what you want and then have the selection events fill in a hidden field which will then be available on the server side when the form is posted. This would be similar to how